2nd Bi-Annual Banking Law Workshop

Event Date(s): 08/12/2017

Location: Jade, Ruby and Sapphire Rooms, The Hyatt Regency Trinidad

The Faculty of Law, St. Augustine held the inaugural Banking Law Workshop on February 21st, 2015. The workshop was facilitated by leading international experts in the field of banking and financial law, together with specialists from the Faculty of Law, Dr. Chumah Amaefule and Professor Rose-Marie Belle Antoine. Of particular note are main facilitators Sir Ross Cranston, leading author, former Solicitor General of the UK and judge and Sir William Blair, author and judge in the UK. This year, the Faculty of Law intends to deepen its collaboration, extending beyond academia and the judiciary to include, as presenters, key stakeholders who are practitioners in the financial sector.



Professor Andrew Haynes-Leading Author on International Banking

Ms. Susan Francois-Director of The Financial Intelligence Unit, Trinidad & Tobago

Mr. Leonard Birmingham-Corporate Attorney

Ms. Lindi Ballah-Tull, Head- Legal, Compliance and Governance, First Citizens Bank

Ms. Jacqueline Quamina- Attorney-at-Law


Target audience for workshop:

Banking and Financial institutions

Key government stakeholders – not only in Trinidad and Tobago but in other Caribbean jurisdictions

Local, regional and international attorneys and paralegals and law firms

Academics and Law Students (UWI and HWLS)

Admission:Individual- $350 US | Group (3 persons or more)- $300 US per person

Open to: | General Public |